Tired of movies at your Comic Con? Well how about some comics at your Film Fest? That's right on June 11, at the Hero Complex a film festival for super hero movies, the duo will be dropping some earth shattering news about Superman both in the comics and other mediums. That's the only hint they're giving for now, but if you want to go (you know you do know) it's just $45 bucks! You do get to watch Superman I and II before the panel in which Johns and Lee will also be dropping major news about the DCU in general. You're next question is probably going to be, "Is PA going to cover this so I don't have to go?" That's a yes.
From the L.A. Times
Superstar comics creators Geoff Johns and Jim Lee say they are bringing bombshell announcements about the future of Superman and the entire DC Universe to the Hero Complex Film Festival on June 11.
The DC leadership duo will be interviewed on stage by Hero Complex lead writer Geoff Boucher as part of the still-expanding Saturday program. Single-day tickets for Saturday are $45 and include a double feature of “Superman” and “Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut,” as well as an on-stage interview with Donner, the director who brought the Man of Steel to the screen in historic fashion in the 1970s. Surprise guests, prize giveaways and more programming will make the day a must-not-miss moment for DC fans and Hero Complex readers.
The 2011 Hero Complex Film Festival runs June 9-12 at the Chinese Six Theatre at Hollywood and Highland. A limited number of discounted four-day passes are also available. Other special guests include Warren Beatty, Jon Favreau, Nicholas Meyer, Damon Lindelof, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, and screenings include “Iron Man,” “Dick Tracy,” ”Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” and “The Incredibles.”